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Glen Ives Joins Castellum as Chief Growth Officer, Navy & Marine Corps Division CEO; Mark Fuller Quoted

Glen Ives, former president and CEO of Sabre Systems, has joined Bethesda, Maryland-based technology company Castellum as chief growth officer and CEO of the newly established Navy and Marine Corps division.

Castellum CEO Mark Fuller said in a statement published Feb. 8 Ives will use his experience with the Navy and the Marine Corps to help the company grow the newly created division into a $30 million plus organization in the next three to five years and will work on interbranch projects with Jim Enicks, CEO of Constellus’ Corvus Consulting subsidiary.

Prior to Sabre, Ives served as a naval aviator and naval officer. His naval career included time as commanding officer of the Naval Air Station Patuxent River in Maryland and president of the Southern Maryland Navy Alliance.

Mark Fuller, CEO of Castellum

He is a member of the advisory board for the University System of Maryland and board of trustees of St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He also served on the board of the Professional Services Council (PSC).

“In addition to Glen’s primary focus of developing our Navy and Marine Corps division, he will also leverage his extraordinary leadership and comprehensive knowledge and experience to support Castellum’s M&A strategy,” Fuller added. “Our management team continues to focus on both organic growth and continued acquisitions to increase our revenue and EBITDA per share and drive shareholder value.”

About Castellum, Inc. 

Castellum, Inc. is a technology services and solutions company executing strategic acquisitions in Cyber Security, Information Technology, Information Warfare, Electronic Warfare, Systems Engineering, Software Engineering and Software Development.

The Company recently acquired MFSI after purchasing Corvus Consulting in 2019. The Company continues in discussions with multiple acquisition candidates and, also, has numerous efforts ongoing as a prime contractor for multiple customers.

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